NH-ME ECHO SCOPE

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This series of eight sessions aims to increase provider’s knowledge of strategies, skills and resources for supporting the complex needs of children with Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome and their families. The training is delivered via Zoom using a tele-practice model known as Extension for Community Health Outcomes or ECHO®. The ECHO Model ® uses adult learning principles and video conferencing technology to connect community providers in NH and ME with specialists at local centers of excellence in real-time case-based learning and mentorship. During the ECHO providers build a community of practice with other professionals across disciplines.

Registration

Registration for Fall of 2022 will reopen in early August. Check back then for information on the next ECHO session!

Fall 2022 Dates & Times: 

Thursdays 12:00 – 1:30 PM via Zoom

  • Session 1:  October 13, 2022
    Introduction to the Opioid Crisis and Social Determinants of Health
  • Session 2:  October 20, 2022
    Addiction: Strengths-based Integrated Treatment Approaches
  • Session 3:  October 27, 2022
    Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome & Monitoring Child Development
  • Session 4:  November 3, 2022
    Trauma, Addiction and Health
  • Session 5:  November 10, 2022
    Trauma, Substance Exposure and Sensory Motor Concerns
  • Session 6:  November 17, 2022
    Trauma, Substance Exposure and Language Development
  • Session 7:  December 1, 2022
    Frameworks for Understanding and Reacting to Emotions and Behaviors of Trauma-Exposed Children
  • Session 8:  December 8, 2022
    Plans of Safe Care in NH and Maine

Need Assistance?

For more information contact: lend.echo@unh.edu

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ECHO SCOPE is a collaboration with The Wyoming Institute for Disabilities, Nisonger Center at The Ohio State University and the University of Cincinnati Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities. NH-ME ECHO SCOPE is supported by the Office of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Programs National Training Initiative, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Health Resources and Services Administration, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, and the U.S. Department of Education. Additional support is provided through the New Hampshire Endowment for Health.